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|Other Titles: ||Hokkaido Coal-Mining & Steamship Company and Mitsui Zaibatsu in the 1930s.|
|Authors: ||北澤, 満|
|Issue Date: ||30-Jun-2003|
|Citation: ||経済科学. v.51, n.1, 2003, p.69-87|
|Abstract: ||The purpose of this paper is to analyze the management of Hokkaido Coal-Mining & Steamship Company (HCSC)in the 1930s, and intercompany relations between Mitsui Zaibatsu (Mitsui Gomei Kaisha, and the direct-line companies, Mitsui Bussan Kaisha and Mitsui Mining Company) and the collateral-line company, HCSC.
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Mitsui Miming Company, and HCSC established a common sales organization named Sansha-Baitanbu in the 1910s. This Sansha-Baitanbu broke up in the 1930s because of the growth of Mitsui Mining Company in Hokkaido. Moreover, Mitsui Gomei Kaisha and Mitsui Mining Company decreased holding stocks in HCSC, and the executive board of HCSC was occupied by the staff of HCSC, thus giving Mitsui Zaibatsu weaker control over HCSC than before. Consequently, HCSC was able to carry out its duties autonomously though HCSC was still located within Mitsui Zaibatsu in the 1930s.|
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